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Village of Pelham Manor Weather Hub

& Storm Recovery Information Center

Welcome to the Village of Pelham Manor Storm Recovery Resource Hub & Information Page. Here you will find a compilation of resources and information to help in your post-storm relief and cleanup efforts.  We will provide important updates for residents (as it becomes available), so check back regularly.  As always, if you have any questions, please call us at Village Hall at 914-738-8820, Monday thru Friday, 830am to 430pm. Additionally you can contact the Mayor & Trustees by clicking here.


Quick Links to the Information Below

1. FEMA Relief Resources & Updates2. Town of Pelham Post-Ida Storm Relief Resources & Support3.Pelham Manor Post-Ida Storm Cleanup Updates

4. Important Documents to Help Your Recovery

  
   

 


FEMA Relief Resources & Updates Post Storm Ida

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Westchester/Pelham has been declared a Major Disaster Declaration area as a result of Hurricane Ida. This will help provide for federal financial relief for local governments and New Yorkers and deliver individual and public assistance for eligible New Yorkers recovering from the flooding damage caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida.

The following are federal and FEMA resources available to the public.  If you have any questions regarding the FEMA process or federal assistance, you can email Congressman Bowman’s office at [email protected] or call the Westchester District Office at (914) 371-9220. As always, you can call Pelham Manor Village Hall at 914-738-8820 and we will do our best to assist you. Pelham Manor will continue to work collaboratively with our County, State & Federal counterparts to get residents all disaster relief information and resources as they become available.

Click here for the link to the FEMA individual assistance program website.

Quick FEMA Documents (click on the links in the table below)

FEMA Fact SheetFEMA Brochure
FEMA Public Assistance Fact Sheet

FEMA Non-Profit & Houses of Worship

Assistance

 

Update as of 9/26/21: Important Information & Documents to Help Your Recovery

The Village of Pelham Manor received several important updates and documents on Friday night, Sept. 24th, 2021, regarding FEMA assistance.

The critical information includes (click below for each document):

  1. A New York State Recovery Update Letter – including helpful information about FEMA disaster assistance requests (click here)
  2. FEMA Determination Letter Guidance – provides details on eligibility  notifications and how to appeal a denial letter (click here) | (en español aquí)
  3. Guidance on Mitigation to Reduce Potential Damage in Future Storm (click here) | (en español aquí)
  4. A Notice on How to Identify FEMA Scams (click here)
  5. How to Speedup Disaster Assistance (click here)

FEMA has also provided us some of these documents in Spanish - click above where applicable. If you have any questions regarding FEMA or Federally available assistance reach out to Congressman Bowman’s office at [email protected].

As a reminder, If you need assistance as a result of the storm or would like to volunteer to assist those affected, please click here. Pelham Together is coordinating assistance and requests for assistance on their website in coordination with several Pelham based non-profit organizations.  If there is a form of assistance not listed above, you can let the non-profits know as well, and they will try to assist, or connect you with other resources that can.

If you have any neighbor(s) who do not have access to our various channels we use to communicate, please pass this information on to them, or let us know, or have them call us at Village Hall at 914-738-8820, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and someone will answer the phone. We’re here to help.


Update as of 9/21/21: SBA Opens Business Recovery Center in Westchester County

The U.S. Small Business Administration announced Tuesday the opening of a Business Recovery Center (BRC) at the New York Power Authority building in White Plains, New York to provide one-on-one assistance to businesses and residents in submitting a disaster loan application for the remnants of Hurricane Ida that hit us on Sept. 1-3, 2021.

Businesses, homeowners, renters and private nonprofit organizations in the Westchester are eligible to apply for physical disaster loans and for Economic Injury Disaster Loans from the SBA.

The BRC’s address and operating hours are:

SBA Business Recovery Center
New York Power Authority Building, 123 Main Street, White Plains, NY  10601
Opened Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. until further notice, closed Saturday and Sunday

Customer Service Representatives will be available at the BRC to answer questions about the disaster loan program and assist business owners, homeowners and renters in completing their applications. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the SBA has established protocols to help protect the health and safety of the public. All visitors to the BRC are encouraged to wear a face mask.

Businesses of all sizes and private nonprofit organizations may borrow up to $2 million to repair or replace disaster-damaged or destroyed real estate, machinery and equipment, inventory, and other business assets. 

Disaster loans up to $200,000 are available to homeowners to repair or replace disaster-damaged or destroyed real estate. Homeowners and renters are eligible for up to $40,000 to repair or replace disaster-damaged or destroyed personal property.

Applicants may apply online using the Electronic Loan Application (ELA) via SBA’s secure website at https://disasterloanassistance.sba.gov/ela/s/, and should apply under SBA declaration # 17147, not for the COVID-19 incident.

To be considered for all forms of disaster assistance, applicants should register online at DisasterAssistance.gov or download the FEMA mobile app. If online or mobile access is unavailable, applicants should call the FEMA toll-free helpline at 800-621-3362. Those who use 711-Relay or Video Relay Services should call 800-621-3362.

Businesses and individuals may also obtain information and loan applications by calling the SBA’s Customer Service Center at 1-800-659-2955 (1-800-877-8339 for the deaf and hard-of-hearing) or emailing [email protected]. Loan applications can also be downloaded at sba.gov/disaster.   Completed applications should be mailed to: U.S. Small Business Administration, Processing and Disbursement Center, 14925 Kingsport Road, Fort Worth, TX 76155.

The filing deadline to return applications for physical property damage is Nov. 4, 2021. The deadline to return economic injury applications is June 6, 2022.

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FEMA Information as of Sept. 10th 2021:

**FEMA Webinar for the Public**: FEMA will be hosting a Webinar on Sept. 14th, 2021 at 6pm EST for anyone who would like to attend. Click this link to register so that they may email you the link (https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_0GaXjEyrQ56SCKgnWbz2OQ)

Link to join the Webinar on Sept. 14th, 2021 @ 6pm

https://bit.ly/NY16IdaResources
Dial-in Number:  +1 646 558 8656  / Webinar ID: 815 7819 4897 / Passcode: 764378

You do not need to attend the webinar to apply for assistance. To apply, you can visit www.DisasterAssistance.gov or call 1-800-621-3362 (TTY: 800-462-7585 for the hearing and speech impaired). Si necesita ayuda en español, visita https://www.fema.gov/es. You can also download the FEMA app to submit your application for disaster assistance. To submit a question for this event, email: [email protected].

The following Disaster Recovery Centers will be open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily until further notice:

Medgar Evers College - 231 Crown Street, Brooklyn, NY 11225

Hostos Community College - 450 Grand Concourse, E. Building C, Bronx, NY 10451

College of Staten Island, Gymnasium Building R1 - 2800 Victory Blvd., Staten Island, NY 10314.

Grinton I. Will Library - 1500 Central Park Ave, Yonkers, NY 10710

Mamaroneck Village Court Clerk - 169 Mount Pleasant Ave, Mamaroneck, NY 10543

Queens College, Student Union - 152-45 Melbourne Ave, Flushing, NY 11367

 

 

 

The locations in Yonkers, Mamaroneck and Staten Island will operate in mobile centers before moving into their fixed locations. Additional DRC sites will be announced later.

Additionally, you can visit Congressman Bowman's website for additional resources: https://bowman.house.gov/hurricane-ida-resources.

FEMA Information as of Sept. 8th 2021:

**The full Policy Guide for the Individual Assistance Program can be found hereIt has in-depth information on each of the programs. Below are high-level summaries of each program. In cases where constituents are seeking further questions, please first refer to the policy guide. If that guide does not include answers, our office can submit an inquiry to FEMA.** 
Individuals and Households Program (IHP):

 Provides financial assistance and direct services to eligible individuals and households who have uninsured or underinsured necessary expenses. The below is from the FEMA website:

  • Eligibility:

    • Applicant must be a US Citizen, non-citizen national, or qualified alien

    • FEMA must be able to verify the applicant's identity

    • The applicant's insurance, or other forms of disaster assistance received, cannot meet their disaster-caused needs. 

    • The applicant’s necessary expenses are directly caused by a declared disaster (note: Westchester and Bronx Counties are within the declared disaster region)

  • Financial Housing Assistance Provisions: 

    • Rental Assistance: For renting alternate housing accommodations while an applicant is displaced from their disaster-damaged primary residence. This resource is not subject to a maximum award limitation

    • Lodging expense reimbursement: Reimbursement for hotels, motels, or other short-term lodging while displaced from their disaster-damaged primary residence

    • Home Repair Assistance: To help repair an owner-occupied disaster-damaged primary residence, utilities, and residential structure. This includes repairs to driveways and roads on private owner-occupied property. This can include repairs necessary under the American with Disabilities Act.

    • Replacement Assistance: To help homeowners replace an owner-occupied primary residence when residence is destroyed by disaster

  • Direct Housing Assistance: In cases where there are not available housing resources, FEMA also offers Direct Housing Assistance, which includes:

    • Multi-family lease and repair: Allows FEMA to enter lease agreements with owners of multi-family rental properties in disaster areas and make repairs to provide temporary housing

    • Transportable Temporary Housing Units: FEMA can purchase or lease an RV or manufactured home to eligible applicants for use as temporary housing

    • Direct Lease: FEMA can provide existing ready-for-occupancy residential properties 

    • Permanent Housing Construction: Home repair and/or construction services in cases where other types of typical FEMA housing assistance isn’t available.

  • Frequently Asked Questions about IHP:

    • Will this impact other federal benefits I can receive? No. IHP is NOT considered income or a resource when determining eligibility for federal government programs (e.g. Social Security, SNAP). IHP is also exempt from garnishment or seizure

    • If I have insurance, am I still eligible for IHP? This program is intended for those who are underinsured or uninsured. To be eligible, the applicant’s insurance or other forms of disaster assistance received, cannot meet their disaster-caused needs.

Other Needs Assistance Provision:

  • Small Business Administration provides long-term loans to help eligible applicants with transportation losses, moving and storage expenses, as well as repair/replacement funds for real and personal property damage. Only applicants who do not qualify for a loan from the SBA, or who were approved for a partial loan that does not cover the full need, can be eligible.

    • Personal Property Assistance: to repair/replace essential household items (includes furnishings and appliances)

    • Transportation Assistance: to repair/replace eligible vehicle damaged by a disaster and other transportation-related costs

    • Moving/Storage Assistance: To relocate and store personal essential household goods

  • Other types of ONA offered outside of the Small Business Administration

    • Funeral Assistance: To assist with funeral costs directly or indirectly related to a declared emergency or major disaster.

    • Medical and Dental Assistance: To assist with medical or dental expenses caused by a disaster.

    • Child Care Assistance: One-time payment up to 8 cumulative weeks of child care expenses for a household’s increased financial burden to care for children aged 13 and under and/or children up to age 21 with a disability

Disaster Unemployment Assistance: Disaster Unemployment Assistance provides financial assistance to individuals whose employment or self-employment has been lost or interrupted as a direct result of a major disaster and who are not eligible for regular unemployment insurance benefits.

  • Eligibility: Generally available to unemployed workers or self-employed individuals who lived, worked, or was scheduled to work in the disaster area at the time of the disaster; and due to the disaster:

    • no longer has a job or a place to work; or

    • cannot reach the place of work; or

    • cannot work due to damage to the place of work; or

    • cannot work because of an injury caused by the disaster.

  • DUA benefits are available only for weeks of unemployment within the Disaster Assistance Period (DAP). The DAP begins with the first day of the week following the date the major disaster began and continues for up to 26 weeks after the date the disaster was declared by the President.

  • The maximum weekly benefit amount payable is determined under the provisions of the state law for unemployment compensation in NYS. However, the minimum weekly benefit amount payable is half (50%) of the average benefit amount in the state.

  • How to apply

Disaster Legal Services: Provides free legal help to low-income disaster survivors. If you're not able to get adequate legal services for your disaster-related needs, DLS may be able to help.

  • Eligibility: Low-income household who was directly impacted by the disaster.

  • Disaster legal services can help with:

    • Insurance claims for medical bills, loss of property, and loss of life

    • New wills, powers of attorney, and other legal papers lost during the disaster

    • Home repair contracts and contractors

    • Issues with landlords related to the disaster

    • Proof of home ownership

    • FEMA appeals

There are two relevant provisions under the Individual Assistance Program that support individuals and households, but that state/local governments apply to (rather than individuals and households themselves). They are:

  • Disaster Case Management: DCM is a time-limited partnership between a case manager and a disaster survivor to develop and carry out a Disaster Recovery Plan. This partnership provides the client with a single person to facilitate access to a broad range of resources.

    • Services are provided at no cost and are available to any survivor that has been impacted by the disaster, regardless of eligibility for FEMA IHP or other Federal assistance. Individuals and Households do not need to be registered with FEMA to receive Federal Disaster Case Management assistance.

  • Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program: Funds mental health assistance and training activities in areas that have received a Presidential major disaster declaration for Individual Assistance upon request by a state, tribal or territorial government. Crisis counseling seeks to help survivors understand that they are experiencing common reactions to extraordinary occurrences.

    • Services can include individual or group crisis counseling; assessment, referral and resource linkage; development and distribution of education materials; and media and public service announcements

How can constituents access FEMA assistance?

Supporting constituents who speak different languages:

Assistance for School Districts:

  • All prospective applicants must complete the Request for Public Assistance (RPA) FEMA Form 009-0-49. A private non-profit (PNP) entity must provide, in addition to the RPA, the following information:  PNP Facility Questionnaire (FEMA Form 90-121)  A current ruling letter from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) granting tax exemption under sections 501(c), (d), or (e) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954; OR documentation from the State substantiating it is a non-revenue producing, non-profit entity organized or doing business under State law;  If the applicant owns the facility, proof of ownership; if the applicant leases the facility, proof of legal responsibility to repair the incident-related damage;  List of services provided in the facility and when and to whom. 

Assistance for House of Worships:

  • Houses of worship may eligible under the Public Assistance Program. See attached fact sheet on Public Assistance, Houses of Worship - PDF attached below.

Frequently Asked Questions: 

1. Has FEMA determined what type of on-the-ground support they will have to help individuals apply for assistance, and where these centers of support would be located?

FEMA is work with our state and local partners to identify locations for disaster recovery centers.  These could come in the form of mobile, fixed, or virtual. In the interim, we are working with NYCEM about posting Disaster Survivor Assistance personnel at each of the City’s Service Centers who will be able to register survivors with FEMA.

2. Are undocumented individuals eligible for all Individual Assistance programs? If not, where can I find information about which programs undocumented individuals are eligible for? I know at the briefing you mentioned following up with offices individually on this. We would love to receive any information you have available regarding this issue.

During the disaster assistance registration process, applicants self-certify their citizenship status and declare, under penalty of perjury, they are a U.S. citizen, non-citizen national, or qualified alien. Only those three citizenship statuses may be eligible for IHP assistance.  If the applicant does not match one of those three citizenship statuses, the household may still apply and be considered for IHP assistance if:

  • Another adult household member meets the citizenship criteria, certifies their citizenship status, and is included as the co-applicant on the application; or

  • The parent or guardian of a minor child who is a U.S. citizen, non-citizen national, or a qualified alien applies for assistance on behalf of the child, as long as they live in the same household and parent or guardian is at least 18 years of age. In these instances, the child should be registered as the applicant and their parent or guardian listed as the co-applicant.

Regardless of citizenship status, disaster survivors may be eligible for Mass Care and Emergency Assistance, such as search and rescue, medical care, shelter, food and water, and reducing threats to life, property, and public health or safety.

3. Are there any guidelines you can share with our office for how to best support residents in our district preparing to apply for Individual Assistance if it becomes available?

  • Before registering, if residents have insurance, they should file a claim with their respective insurance carriers. FEMA cannot duplicate insurance payments. We may be able to help with uninsured or underinsured losses. 

  • Once a declaration is approved, homeowners and renters can register online at www.disasterassistance.gov, use the FEMA App, or call 1-800-321-3362. Using online registration will be the quickest way to register.

  • If survivors can safely get into their home, they should document damage using photographs or videos.

  • If they have flood insurance, they should report losses immediately to their insurance agent or carrier. They should be sure to ask them about advance payments. If they need help finding their insurance agent or carrier, have them call the National Flood Insurance Program at 877-336-2627.

 

 


Town of Pelham Post-Ida Storm Relief Resources & Support

Update 9.8.21 - 10AM: Storm Relief Resources & Support for Town of Pelham

In addition to official resources, many of our local nonprofits are organizing support for residents in need. Pelham Together, Junior League of Pelham, Pelham Civic Association, and the Pelham Chamber of Commerce are leading volunteer efforts to pull together resources to help provide assistance for residents who need: 

• Heavy lifting (moving furniture, pulling out carpet, etc)

• Light lifting (moving general household goods)

• Specialized work (if you need help from someone with tools)

• Phone calling (if you need someone to stay on the phone for you, or get specific info for you)

• Driving help

• Shower

• Laundry

• Financial Assistance (from the Pelham Civics Good Neighbor program)

• Borrow a fan and/or dehumidifier

• Food (meal preparation)

• Shopping (groceries, Target runs, Costco, etc.)

If you need assistance as a result of the storm or would like to volunteer to assist those affected, please click here. Pelham Together is coordinating assistance and requests for assistance on their website.  If there is a form of assistance not listed above, you can let the non-profits know as well, and they will try to assist, or connect you with other resources that can.

If you have any neighbor(s) who do not have access to our various channels we use to communicate, please let us know or have them call us at Village Hall at 914-738-8820. We’re here to help.


Pelham Manor Post-Ida Storm Cleanup Updates

Storm Debris Cleanup for Week of 9/6/21

Storm debris cleanup will continue the entire week (daily) for the entire Village. Normal refuse collection is in place, and then DPW will go out again to all houses for storm debris pickup.  All Residents should leave their storm related debris at the curb as soon as possible.  DO NOT place construction or demolition materials (sheetrock, lumber, insulation, ect, or materials with freon - AC UNITS or a fridge) at the curb for pickup. Items such as a fridge (if Freon removed) will be picked up at a later date.

**Appliance/Bulk Metal Pickup**

Please note, Friday, September 10th, Pelham Manor DPW will be picking up all appliances and bulk metal from houses in the entire Village.  Residents MUST remove FREON from any appliances they want picked up. You can leave the appliances/bulk metal at the curb for pickup.

Village DPW trucks will be going around the entire Village. Please have patience, as the amount of debris will be substantial, and it will take time to get to all households, but we will get to every house that needs it. If you have any questions, please call Pelham Manor Village Hall at 914-738-8820 - during the week 830am to 430pm.

Please pass this critical information on to your neighbors who do not have access to online methods of communications or have them call us Village Hall.

We would like to thank you to all our first responders, including the Police, Fire, DPW and Village Employees

 

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Yours In Service,

Jennifer Monachino Lapey, Mayor

A. Michelle DeLillo, Deputy Mayor

Bridget (Breda) A. Bennett, Trustee

Joseph C. Senerchia, Trustee

Maurice I. Owen-Michaane, Trustee

 


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**Sign up for Urgent Pelham Manor/Pelham Manor Police Dept NIXEL Alerts by Texting “10803” to 888777.

 

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Pelham Manor COVID-19 Information Hub

Welcome to the Village of Pelham Manor's new COVID-19 Information Hub - your single point destination for COVID-19 related information.  We will compile important local, county, state and national updates here, as well as other resources for resident consideration and use. We must stay vigilant as a community, and we urge all residents and the public to please continue to follow the health and safety protocols put in place by the NYS Department of Health and the CDC, including but not limited to, face coverings, social distancing, and thorough hand washing.

Please subscribe to email notifications from the Village so that you are alerted to the most recent COVID-19 updates when they are communicated and published by the Village.

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NYS Testing Guidelines & Screening Assessment

Overview
  • If you have symptoms of COVID-19, it’s important to get tested and isolate until you know your results.
  • If you have been in contact with someone who has COVID-19, get tested and stay home and away from others for 14 days.
  • If you go to a test site run by New York State, you will not be charged for your test.
  • If you go to a test site operated by local governments, private companies including pharmacies and medical practices or not-for-profit organizations, check with the testing site and your insurer to make sure there isn’t a fee for the test. 
  • If you are uninsured, you are advised to ask the testing site if you will be responsible for any fees associated with your test. Under the federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act (PPPHCEA), and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES), a testing site can receive reimbursement for fees associated with testing uninsured individuals.

The full NYS testing guidelines and screening assessment is available here (click here).

*The information in this section is provided by NYS Dept. of Health.


NYS Travel Advisory Guidelines

Overview

NYS Dept. of Health guidelines for travelers to New York to “test out” of the mandatory 10-day quarantine for asymptomatic individuals. Travelers from states that are contiguous with New York are exempt from the travel advisory; however covered travelers must continue to fill out the Traveler Health Form. Essential workers will continue to be exempt as well. The guidance also applies to any person who has traveled to CDC Levels 2 and higher Health Notice country under the COVID risk assessment.

For the full guidelines and time to quarantine, please click here.

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See if you may be Eligible to Receive the COVID-19 Vaccine
 

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Currently Eligible for the Vaccine

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Phase 1a:
Currently Eligible Groups

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Phase 1b:
Starting Monday, January 11

Health Care Workers

  • High-risk health care workers in hospitals and Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), including NYS Office of Mental Health (OMH) psychiatric centers
  • High-risk health care workers who provide direct in-person care in outpatient/ambulatory settings and other staff in these settings who have direct contact with patients (such as reception staff); this group includes workers in private or hospital-affiliated medical practices, specialty medical practices, public health clinics, dental practices and diagnostic and treatment centers; phlebotomists; dialysis workers; occupational therapists; physical therapists; speech therapists; behavioral health workers; and student health workers
  • Emergency medical services (EMS) personnel
  • Urgent care providers
  • Health care workers administering COVID-19 vaccines
  • Health care workers in COVID-19 testing sites
  • Home care workers and aides, hospice workers, personal care aides, and consumer-directed personal care workers

Residents and Staff in Certain Group Living Facilities

  • Long-term care facilities, including nursing homes, skilled nursing facilities and adult care facilities
  • Long-term group living facilities run by NYS OMH, Office People with Developmental Disabilities, and Office of Addiction Services and Supports

Other Eligible Groups

  • Medical examiners and coroners
  • Funeral workers who have direct contact with infectious material and bodily fluids
  • Frontline, high-risk public health workers who have direct contact with patients or handle COVID-19 specimens or vaccinations

  • People ages 65 and older
  • Teachers and education workers
  • First responders
  • Public safety workers
  • Public transit workers

*The information in this section is provided by NYS Dept. of Health.


Where to Get Vaccinated

All of the below vaccination sites require you to make an appointment first. If you are currently not eligible for vaccination, do not sign up for an appointment at this time.

Contact your employer to receive your vaccination if you work at or are affiliated with:

  • A hospital network
  • An urgent care center
  • Federally Qualified Health Centers
  • A congregate setting associated with the New York State (NYS) Offices for People With Developmental Disabilities, Mental Health, and Addiction Services and Supports

For all other eligible groups, including eligible health care workers not affiliated with a hospital and eligible funeral workers, first check with your employer to see if other vaccination plans have already been made.

Before Your Appointment

You will need to complete the NYS COVID-19 Vaccine Form (PDF) in order to get vaccinated. NYS requires the provider administering the vaccine to check that you completed the form.

*The information in this section is provided by NYS Dept. of Health.


Westchester County COVID-19 Dashboard

Westchester County dashboard of local coronavirus cases. The dashboard provides additional data including "active" cases, cumulative cases, and a test site finder. The dashboard is updated daily, and will have Pelham Manor specific information, as well as all localities in the County. The dashboard is available here (click here). Mobile friendly version (click here).

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New York State Department of Health COVID-19 Tracker Dashboard

The NYS Dept. of Health dashboard of coronavirus cases. The dashboard provides a wealth of data and information throughout the state and for each county.  The dashboard is available here (click here).

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Johns Hopkins University (JHU) COVID-19 Global Dashboard by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE)

The John Hopkins dashboard provides a wealth of data and information throughout the world on a country by country basis on COVID-19. The dashboard is available here (click here). Mobile friendly version (click here).

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Resources for Mental Health Help and Support

Pelham Together offers the resources on its page with the goals of: promoting good mental health in both youth and adults; educating families about mental health and mental illness; guiding families in finding professional help; and making therapy affordable for all. Click here to review the mental health resources on their page.

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**Information in this section provided courtesy of Pelham Together

 


Nutrition & Meal Support During COVID-19

Click on the map or link below to find food assistance in Westchester County. Published by Westchester County GIS, this tool can help you locate your nearest Food Pantry, Hot Meal Program, and Emergency Food Delivery. Please call ahead to confirm hours and availability. Click here.

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You can also visit Feed Westchester, a non-profit organization that assists individuals and familes in need of nutritian and meal help. Click the button below or click here.

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In addition to the food assistance resources above, Pelham residents can also get in touch with the Good Neighbors Committee of the Pelham Civics Association, who offer to assistance to Pelham residents and families in need - all communications to the Committee are on a strictly anonymous basis.  To inquire about assistance for yourself or someone in need, please contact the Committee Chair, Stan Trocchia, at [email protected].


COVID-19 Updates from Pelham Manor

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COVID-19 and Other News Announcements from the Pelham Public Schools

Click below to stay up to date on news announcements the Pelham Public Schools announces on COVID-19.

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The Village of Pelham Manor is proud to release our new online, searchable Village Code powered by eCode360.  Please take a look at this new resource:

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The Village of Pelham Manor is proud to officially announce the opening of the new town-wide Residential Voluntary Food Scrap Recycling Program and Drop-Off Site. We are proud to be able to offer this service to all Pelham Manor residents and are grateful to our Sister Village for engaging with us in this Inter-Municipal Agreement to provide this service to the community.

ORDER A STARTER KIT: (Starter kits are now available for purchase @ Pelham Manor Village Hall)

What’s included in the $21 starter kit: a 2-gallon countertop pail, a 6-gallon transportation bin and a roll of 3-gallon compostable bags. Starter Kits can be ordered by calling Village Hall at 914-738-8820 or sending email to [email protected] (CASH or CHECK ACCEPTED). Pelham Manor Village Hall is located at 4 Pennfield Place, Pelham, NY.

FOOD SCRAP FAQs

  1. If you email us for a kit, please include: name, address, and email. 
  2. How to re-order compostable bags: One roll of 25 3-gallon compostable liners is included in your Starter Kit.  Replacement compostable bags/liners can be purchased at local shops including Fairway, DeCiccos, and Wise Hardware or online. NOTE: Bags MUST be BPI Certified Compostable.  Look for this symbol:
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HOW TO PARTICIPATE:

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1. COLLECT your food scraps in a countertop pail. Although not required, we recommend lining your pail with a compostable bag- please no plastic bags. See FAQs for more information on compostable bags.

2. TRANSFER Most residents will fill the countertop pail with food scraps 3-4 times per week. Therefore, it is suggested that residents utilize the larger storage bin for weekly collection of food scraps. This larger bin can also be used for transportation of food scraps to the Drop-Off Site. Anything that holds around 5-6 gallons and has a lid will work. It is recommended that food storage bins be kept indoors--either in the house or in a garage.

3. BRING your transportation bin to the food drop off site and empty into the large green toters.

Drop-Off Location and Hours: The Food Scrap Recycling Drop-Off Site is accessible 7 days a week in Lot 7 behind Village of Pelham Hall (195 Sparks Avenue) north of the DPW Yard. Enter on Sparks Avenue, then follow signs to the back northwest corner of the lot. Look for the Food Scrap Recycling sign and large green toters
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To learn more about food scraps services:

VoPM: pelhammanor.org or email [email protected]

VoP: pelhamgov.com or email: [email protected]


Related Links:
https://ecopel.org/